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Articles dated December 2013

Classical Education Myth #2: It’s all about teaching dead languages.

by Jennifer
Wednesday, 04 December, 2013
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
The most common objection I hear from my students about Latin is—drum roll, please—why do I have to work so hard to study a dead language? I have two answers to this issue. The first answer is that most students quickly discover that Latin is really alive and well. I...
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Homeschooling and the College Question (Part 2)

by Jen
Tuesday, 03 December, 2013
categories: College and Post Graduation
"Describe the last excellent conversation you had. What triggered it?" "What is the most important lesson you will take from high school to your next endeavor?" "Who do you want to be your mentor for the next two to seven years?" "Where can you find people whose...
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Dorothy, Doubts, and Dialectic

Chapter One - Why We Still Need Classical Education Dorothy, Doubts, and Dialecticby Cara McLauchlan “Our job as parents is to restore our own education as we translate our vision of quality academics into small daily deeds. In this way, education is transformed from...
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